The Emirates Arena is the focus of attention once again this Sunday – with the 4J Studios National Indoor Senior and U17 Championships centre stage.
GB internationals, Scotland vest regulars and stars of the future are on the start-lists for an event which is being streamed live on www.runjumpthrow.com by our friends at Vinco and also on the BBC Scotland Sport website.
We’re delighted that more than 600 athletes across the two age categories entered – 606 names in fact delivering almost 850 event entries for a single day championships which promises some exciting action.
Thanks very much indeed for the support of our national championship events. It is much appreciated.
Start-lists and timetable for Sunday are now online on our Events section page. This link will become Live Results once the action starts on Sunday.
The Senior men’s long jump was a great competition in January 2019 and we expect more of the same this Sunday (photo by Bobby Gavin)
There will be PB performances, no doubt, while coveted Scottish national championship medals are on the line for both Senior and U17 athletes within the schedule for Sunday.
Spectators are welcome at all scottishathletics events.
The cost of admission is £5 per person. U16s are FREE. Competing athletes and all Licensed coaches are FREE.
Doors Open at the Emirates Arena on Sunday at 8.30am via the first floor concourse (Level 3). Bag checks will be in operation.
Giffnock North AC sprinter Alyson Bell will chase medals in the U17 Women’s 60m (photo by Bobby Gavin)
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